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 Cast And Turn
 Jay King  -  page 224


Version #1 (Emanuel Duming - 1968). From a wave: Cast Off 3/4. Those now facing do a Turn Thru or Left Turn Thru (with whichever arm is free) on the diagonal. Finishes with pairs back to back.

Version #2 (Holman Hudspeth - 1970). From a wave: Cast Off 3/4 (or one quarter if so designated) then all do a Box Circulate. Finishes in a four person box.

COMMENT: For Version #2, call directionally.

Emanuel Duming and Holman Hudspeth 1968-70

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

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